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Every year, horseshoe crabs emerge from the depths for one reason and one reason only: sex.
You can help us monitor the water quality of Brandywine Creek where it flows through First State National Historical Park.
Don’t miss the latest about how we're connecting people to nature.
See what our interns have been up to this summer!
See what we’re bringing back at our Pemberton Forest Nature Preserve’s Ponders Tract.
Watch a slideshow and see what volunteers witnessed at Big Stone Beach while measuring the abundance and health of horseshoe crabs, which have visited our shores since prehistoric times.
The 2013 Dogfish Dash raised $51,600 for The Nature Conservancy's work in Delaware.
Check out a video about the annual shorebird migration that occurs each May and June in conjunction with horseshoe crab spawning. It's a natural phenomenon that shouldn't be missed!
Volunteers count crabs during May and June every year.
- September 22, 2016
- Sarah W. Cooksey Joins The Nature Conservancy in Delaware as Director of Conservation Programs
- June 09, 2015
- Pamela Sapko Joins The Nature Conservancy, Delaware Chapter, As Director of Operations
- May 15, 2015
- The Nature Conservancy, Delaware Chapter, Trustees and Staff Make Annual Horseshoe Crab Survey a Family Affair